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Summer @ KSU

Summer study is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of all your academic options at Kennesaw State. You can delve into a course you’ve wanted to explore but didn’t have time to take during the regular semesters. Sharpen your skills by taking advantage of smaller classes and individual attention. Put all your energy into a difficult course while it’s the only one you're taking. Or, plan to stay on track for graduation and scholarships by getting ahead in your course work.

Application and document deadline for Summer 2014 is April 4, 2014.

Don’t let the convenience of Summer @ Kennesaw State pass you by!

Summer 2014 Sessions:

Transient Students

Kennesaw State welcomes transient students home for the summer!

Undergraduates from other universities may also qualify and are encouraged to attend Summer @ Kennesaw State. Students in good academic standing at an accredited institution of higher learning are invited to apply as a transient student for the summer semester. These students will return to their institution once summer semester is complete.

    Transient Student Application Checklist

  1. Submit an application to Kennesaw State University Online at GACollege411.org. This requires completing the application and submitting with a $40 application fee payable by debit or credit card.
  2. Submit an official transient letter via mail from the Registrar’s Office or Academic Dean at your home institution, stating that you are in Good Academic Standing along with your eligibility to re-enroll.
  3. Follow the status of your application on the application status check. Please keep in mind that documents can take up to six weeks to be processed. All application and documents must be received by April 4, 2014.
  4. If you plan to apply for financial aid, be sure to contact the Kennesaw State University Office of Student Financial Aid early in the application process for additional information.

 


Freshmen and Transfer Applicants

Get a head start on your college career this summer!

Apply to Kennesaw State

It's a great time to make the transition from high school or 2 year institution during the summer semester. The uniqueness of summer allows students to take multiple core courses in a short period of time, allowing them to concentrate on academic major area the fall and spring semesters. Students also enjoy individualized attention and smaller class sizes than normal by enrolling in a Summer @ Kennesaw State.

    Freshman and Transfer Student Application Checklist

  1. Submit an application to Kennesaw State University Online at GACollege411.org. This requires completing the application and submitting with a $40 application fee payable by debit or credit card.
  2. If applying as a freshman, submit your official SAT or ACT scores directly from the testing agency, either Collegeboard or ACT.org.Submit your official high school transcript. If your school allows you to send them electronically through GACollege411.org, then please use that process. Otherwise, a transcript can be mailed from your high school. Send a current transcript at the time you apply, and be sure to request to have a final transcript to be sent once you have graduated.
  3. If applying as a transfer, submit an official college transcript from all colleges ever attended. Send a current transcript at the time you apply, and be sure to request to have a final transcript to be sent once you have completed the semester.
  4. Follow the status of your application through the application status check. Please keep in mind that documents can take up to six weeks to be processed. If you see that the admission decision states you must take the COMPASS Exam, sign up through Owl Express, and an admission decision will be made based on the results on the exam.


Current Students

Did you know that by taking classes during the summer you can graduate early?

Summer @ KSU

Summer study is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of all your academic options at Kennesaw State. You can delve into a course you’ve wanted to explore but didn’t have time to take during the regular semesters. Sharpen your skills by taking advantage of smaller classes and individual attention. Put all your energy into a difficult course while it’s the only one you're taking. Or, plan to stay on track for graduation and scholarships by getting ahead in your course work.

Registration begins March 10 and goes through May 5!

Note: When registering for multiple semesters, students should always make sure they have selected the appropriate Term. The Term will display in the upper right corner of the screen and can be changed by selecting Select Term from the Registration and Student Records menu. When registering for Summer and Fall semester concurrently, the Office of the Registrar strongly advises registering for summer semester first, then fall semester.

Register for Summer 2014 Now!

Summer Financial Aid

Actual costs of a summer at Kennesaw State vary depending on the student’s course load and financial resources as well as on basic costs. Total costs include tuition, fees, books, housing, and food. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the application for financial aid used for all students in the Office of Student Financial Aid at KSU.

  • The FAFSA applies for state and federal aid programs.
  • For Summer 2014, make sure you have completed the 2013-2014 FAFSA.
  • Be sure to list KSU’s school code on your FAFSA, 001577.
  • Priority Deadline for FAFSA completion is April 1.
  • You must file a FAFSA each year to be considered for financial aid.

Once your application has been received, the Office of Student Financial Aid may ask you for additional documents. Check your Kennesaw State student e-mail account often, and make sure you submit any additional documents as quickly as possible.

    Summer @ KSU Dates and Deadlines

  • May 1, 2014 – Deadline for all required financial aid documents
  • April 1, 2014 – June 5 Financial aid credits available at KSU Bookstore if financial aid file is complete.
  • June 9, 2014 – Final Payment Deadline
  • June 12, 2014 – Refunds to Higher One
  • June 18, 2014 – Deletion of classes for non-payment of account
  • June 19, 2014 – June 25 – Reinstatement of classes

What's Next

When your admissions file is evaluated, you will receive an email notification followed by an official letter in the mail. Once accepted to Kennesaw State University, below are some valuable resources to utilize before you join your fellow Owls!

 

Ignition, our new student orientation, is mandatory for all first-year students. You will find out more information about advising, student organizations, obtain your KSU Student ID, parking pass and more! Transfer Orientation is not required for transfer students, but it is highly encouraged because of the advising aspect of the program.

 

Use the links below to find out more information and register for Ignition!